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Exterior bedroom, furnished with a double bed as well as a wardrobe where you can store all your belongings and a desk.
Special Landlord Policies
This shared exterior apartment is located on Via Laietana in the trendy neighborhood El Born. It is an excellent location for students as the apartment is near public transportation, which give you easy access to the universities of Barcelona as well as the city centre and the beach. The apartment features eight fully furnished bedrooms for rent, all equipped with desks for your work or studies. Almost all bedrooms have double beds, along with exterior views of the street. The apartment also has a fully equipped kitchen, a laundry area with a washing machine and a dryer and three bathrooms, one of them being a toilet room. This is a perfect opportunity for those who wish to live with plenty of flatmates - you will never be lonely!
The apartment is just a short walk away from metro stations Jaume I (L4), Urquinaona (L1, L4) and Catalunya (L1, L3). You can reach the beach in just 15 minutes using the bus number 45 or V15.
Pets: not permitted
Couples: rooms which permit couples will have a rent increase of €60 per month when occupied by a couple
Utilities limit: €125 per month
15-day booking policy:
Example: If the previous tenant leaves on July 1, you must move in by July 15
Fortnightly payment policy:
Check-in policies: (Madrid only)
Check-in policies: (Barcelona only)
More specific landlord policies:
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
El Born: This neighborhood has a mixture of historical sites and a trendy scene day and night. Santa Maria del Mar, one of the city’s most beautiful churches that was built thanks to the area’s businessmen and residences, is a must visit. On the Carrer Montcada, you’ll find the Picasso Museum, Barbier-Müller, and Palau Dalmases. If you need to get away from it all, you can relax in the gorgeous Ciutadella park. In addition to having plenty to satisfy your appetite during the day (including eating through Mercat de El Born!), thousands of bars and restaurants open their doors each night to the city’s cosmopolitan and alternative scenes.